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This year unless otherwise noted all photos photographed using an iPhone 6.
That is cool, it looks a bit like an oyster shellmollyx
I was thinking the same thing about it looking like an oyster! Nice shot.
...milkweed is a special plant. For years I'd only see it here and there, the last few years it seems to be all over. I hope the monarchs increase in numbers now. Thank Doug for stopping by.
Seeds should have a good chance to sprout soon. - Margy
A milkweed seed pod! Well, whodathunkit, Doug? Not I, said this fly. I stared and stared at the photo in miniature, then enlarged it, but none the wiser. What an amazing photo of such an un-guessed-upon subject.KayAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I've never seen a milkweed seed pod before. I wonder if Monarch butterflies would take a snooze in it. The View from the Top of the Ladder
Oh wow, very unusual. I am familiar with Asclepiadaceae as i am a collector of hoya, milkweed is also in the same family. But the follicle structure of that one is very unique and lovely, like a boat or a cave. It would be interesting to see one in person. I hope you post flowers of those sometime. thanks.
Great photo!I have milkweed seeds to plant this yearHope you are having a good week!
I love it... thankfully many times able to see them where I liveHave a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)http://melodymusic.nl/22-m
Looks like a frog opening his mouth...Know milkweed only from blogs, never seen in real
i love those